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's power hold in washington, d.c. is that going to save you a lot of money? first, right here on forbes, guess who is profiting as president obama's poll numbers tumble. >> a fox news alert. i'm jamie colby. the associatinged press report the police found the bodies of a woman and two children in a home in wellington florida. the sheriff's office is saying all three appear to have died. >> gunshot wounds and according to the ap, police went to the home after a man reportedly crashed his car this morning then told rescue workers he had just killed his family. the map now being treated for injuries at a nearby hospital and we'll keep you updated on this story. haiti, they're calling off the search for survivors this morning. u.n. officials say there's little hope of finding more people alive ten days after the earthquake and are focusing on the relief efforts. 132 people have been pulled from the rubble since that devastating quake. >>> join me at 1:00 p.m. eastern on america's headquarters. >> back to forbes on fox. >> one year after taking office, president obama's owe approval rating s
joining me from washington, d.c. the ambassador to haiti to the united states. ambassador joins me as does executive director of the united nations world food program. how can you bare it? how are you holding up? >> well the out pouring solidarity of the people of the united states in the world has been able to hold me up. i am saying thank you knotted only in my name but the name of the government of haiti the foreign minister told me more than once don't forget eerie time you have a chance to say thank you. we have been really heartened by the response to this crisis. and we know we are going to get through. we are goi going to get through. >> i hope from your lips to god's ears, dsh director shiran tremendous frustration a lot of hungry people out there. om considerable anger about the lack of food supplies. weeke can we report that will be accelerated? >> i just got back from haiti was living in a tent with our staff there 90 percent of whom lost their homes are sleeping in the streets and delivering food during the day. we have gotten 10 million meals ow but it's not enough. the needs
in washington, d.c. there are 50,000 haitians sleeping here day and night going back to tuesday night. the red coulds tells us there were 40 plus places that have literally held up human names. this is the only place they have to go for now shelter is a major concern. as you well know throughout the city of port-au-prince. we are with the florida rescue team there's a supermarket talked about they pulled three hishians they were alive. they thought they would have pretty good success throughout the day. there are rescues still taking place 6 days after the quake. there still is hope here in haiti. we talked to some of the americans who came here to help the people and they have seen disasters of all kind throughout theen tire world. the biggest problem they see in haiti is the sheer magnitude of the disaster. there are too many jobs to do, too many to get done. they say you give us a job we will make sure it happens to you. there are still so much need throughout the city today. we have seen more heavy duty equipment that's a good sign. moving more debris off the main road operated the haitian
in washington. three living presidents, president 42, 43 and 44, making their way back to an office that they have all occupied at one time or another. the oval office. and that speaks, i think, to the magnitude of the crisis that we are facing in haiti that two former presidents are now coming forward to lead private sector efforts to get help to the people in haiti as soon as possible. we will have continuing coverage on the haiti story. i want to mention to you just briefly that you don't want to miss fox news sunday tomorrow because former presidents bill clinton and george w. bush will be talking more about their new partnership to help earthquake victims in haiti and u.s. aid administrator and u.s. lieutenant ken keane will have the latest on the u.s. led relief efforts there. check your local listings for the time and channel. brit hume in tomorrow for chris wallace. now, a fox news alert on the fourth day after haiti's catastrophic earthquake, tensions are rising among haitians who are hungry, almost in fear that the help will not get there in time. aid is starting to pour i
than anything washington is doing. plus the red hot funds that will have you seeing green no matter what the market does. >>> closed door meetings in dc doing little to actually staple -- stimulate america's economy. what's happening behind closed bedroom doors may do the trick. that's right. we need a baby boom to get our economy booming again. vicky, go ahead. >> yeah. look, the two inputs of economic growth are capital and labor. that means people. there used to be this economic theory that the economic pie was this big and if there were more people eating off of it, the pie slices were getting smaller. that has been debunked. it turns out that higher populations, population growth, actually increases productivity. we need more babies. and let's encourage this not with gimmicky tax cuts here and there, but with across the board tax cuts that give people more money to spend on their kids and less money to send to the government. >> i love babies. i love kids. don't you? >> what victoria is advocating, she's encouraging more octimoms on welfare. we've already got plenty of babies i
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